You don’t have to convince yourself to do everything.
You just have to convince yourself to do what?
The next thing.
Here’s another big epiphany for you:
You don’t have to be thinking about all the things you have to do to accomplish your goals this month.
You don’t have to think about all the things you need to do this week.
You don’t even need to think about all the things you have to do today.
The only thing, after you finish doing what you’re doing right now, that you need to worry about at all is “What’s NEXT!”
Not the whole continuum of the year’s worth of goals, dreams and ambitions, or the month or the week or the day.
Here is the twist that I want you to get:
Don’t focus on outcomes.
Don’t focus on your big, hairy audacious goals.
Once you’ve written them down, you know the direction you have to go and the milestones along the journey.
Just forget about them and just focus on your next actions.
What’s next is simple.
It’s not stressful.
And you can do what’s next with all your heart and might.
And make it excellent.
And only then, you can do what?
… Yeah, NEXT!